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Concentration camps - POW camps 
AIF Singapore and beyond the story of the 2/20th Battalion, Australian Infantry Force (AIF) which took the brunt of the Japanese assault on Singapore in 1942 and became soldiers in captivity dispersed throughout Asia as slaves of the Japanese
Alliance for preserving the truth of Sino-Japanese war
Alphabetical listing of POW camps in Japan
Bataan, Ghost of Bataan
Bataan death march the Bataan Death March began at Mariveles on April 10, 1942. Any troops who fell behind were executed. Japanese troops beat soldiers randomly, and denied the POWs food and water for many days
Bataansurvivor
Carlson's Raiders Executed! USMC the nine Marines left on Makin and captured by the Japanese in 1942 later executed (beheaded) and buried on Kwajalein atoll
Camp O'Donnell battling bastards of Bataan, death march
Fukuoka camp1 Japan an insight into life and death at a POW camp in war-time Japan
Hell ships
Hell ships hellships were unmarked Japanese freighters used to transport American POWs during WWII. Because these ships were unmarked, Allied forces frequently targeted and torpedoed them. We had no way of knowing that our troops were packed like sardines in the holds of these freighters with no chance of escape, if the ship were hit
In hell there is a place called death's railway Stanley Willner, Former Japanese Prisoner of War Death's Railway, Thailand Changi Prison, Singapore (Syonan) 1943 - 1945
Japanese imperialism and the massacre in Nanjing
Japanese internment camps in China Japanese internment camps in China
Japanese order to murder all POWS Japanese order to murder all POWS
Japanese POW camps
Japanese war crimes today of 60 years ago, many died in their pains and cries. Men, women, children, were killed with bayonets, swords, bamboo sticks, ..., their bodies sexually mutilated, Nanjing Massacre, rape of Nanking, Japanese culture, Japanese war crimes, crimes against humanity, Japanese war crimes
Japanese war crimes
Kwajalein
Map of POW camps in Japan
Nanjing massacre photo archive
Nanjing massacre 300,000 Chinese people killed, 20,000 women raped ...
Nanking massacre on December 13, 1937, the Imperial Japanese Army stormed the Chinese city of Nanking. During the following six weeks, they murdered and tortured countless civilians whose only crime was being Chinese. Over 300,000 people were killed and over 20,000 women were brutally raped. However, over the decades, the Japanese began to deny that this massacre ever occurred
North China marines as prisoners history of the North China marines as prisoners of war under the Japanese from 8 Dec 1941 to Sep 1945, fukuoka, japan, prisoner of war, north china marines, peking, tientsin, chinwangtao, world war II, slave labor, hokkaido, hakodate, POW
Pakan Boroe death railway the forgotten death railway through the jungle on Sumatra, built by Japanese Prisoners Of War and Indonesian slave labourers
POWs in Japan, World War II, POW camps
Rape of Nanking 1937-1938 300,000 deaths
Rokuroshi
Taiwan story of the Japanese prisoner of war camps on the island of Taiwan (Formosa) during the Second World War and of the men who were interned in them, Taiwan camps
The other holocaust Nanjing massacre angry at the Japanese atrocities in Nanjing during WWII, German diplomat George Rosen sent Magee's film to Nazi government and equested film be shown to Hitler and claimed Japanese army was a "violent killing machine", biological warfare - unit 731, 100, chemical warfare - unit 516
Zentsuji POW camp
Horizontaal
Japanese medical experiments 
Biochemical warfare-Unit 731
Experimants on American POWs
Gen. MacArthur takes over Unit 731
The other holocaust Nanjing massacre angry at the Japanese atrocities in Nanjing during WWII, German diplomat George Rosen sent Magee's film to Nazi government and equested film be shown to Hitler and claimed Japanese army was a "violent killing machine", biological warfare - unit 731, 100, chemical warfare - unit 516
The marutas - live human used for experiments
To die in Unit 731
Unit 731 about Japanese doing vivisection of human beings for germ war experiments, mostly at Unit 731
Unit 731 Japan's secret biological - chemical warfare experimentation program, that used human guinea pigs as terminal experimentation material
Unit 731 biological warfare unit, Japanese Imperial Army's Unit 731 killed thousands of Chinese and Russians held prisoner in Japanese-occupied Manchuria, in experiments to develop chemical and biological weapons
Unit 731 Unit 731 was a secret military medical unit of the Imperial Japanese Army that researched biological warfare and other topics through human experimentation during the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) and World War II era
Unit 731
Unit 731 the unit was disguised as a water purification unit. It was based in Pingfan, near the city of Harbin in northeastern China, the region which was sometimes referred to as Manchuria or Manchukuo, activities: vivisections, grenade tests using humans at various distances and positions, frostbite experiments
 
Japanese warcrimes: comfort women 
CNN.com - Japanese comfort women ruling overturned
Comfort women comfort women is a euphemism for women used in brothels in Japanese-occupied countries during World War II. Many surviving women have testified to being tricked or coerced into serving the Japanese army as prostitutes during its occupation of Korea, China and much of South East Asia. The "comfort women" were coerced into sexual service by Japan, and in some cases raped by Japanese soldiers
Comfort women the comfort women, which is a translation of  the Japanese euphemism, jugun ianfu, (military comfort women), categorically refers to women of various ethnic and national backgrounds and social circumstances who became sexual laborers for the Japanese troops before and during the Second World War
Comfort women: a history of trauma "comfort women," a term that most people might have heard of but have no idea of the bloody stories behind it. Although few forced comfort women are still alive, what this event has revealed to us should not be ignored: the way that women were tourtured and hurt
Comfort women
Comfort women from Taiwan women web
Comfort women jugun ianfu, military comfort women
Comfort women project this ongoing project examines the issue of Comfort Women in the context of violence against women and the patriarchal sexual culture and militarism. Comfort women are the young females of various ethnic and national backgrounds and social circumstances who were forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army before and during the Second World War
Korea comfort women
Jan Ruff O'Herne speaks about her time as a comfort woman for the Japanese
Japanese war crimes
Japanese war crimes beginning in 1931 or 1932 and continuing throughout the duration of the Asian/Pacific wars, the Japanese Government instituted a system of sexual slavery throughout the territories it occupied. During that time, women were recruited by force, coercion, or deception into sexual slavery for the Japanese military. These women were euphemistically referred to as "comfort women" by the Japanese Imperial Army. Although historians often disagree about the number of "comfort women," the most widely used figure is estimated at 200,000
Japan's mass rape and sexual enslavement of women and girls from 1932 - 1945

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